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Yasmin Fahr

Mango-Mint Cooler

What could be easier than throwing ingredients in a blender and ending up with a cool, refreshing, and tasty alcoholic beverage? I'm not really sure. If you'd like, you can try spearing some mango slices on a toothpick with mint as a garnish or add a single floating mint leaf into the glass.

Enjoy it alone or with one of these 8 Quick & Easy Taco Recipes.

Ingredients

  • 1 ripe mango, peeled and meat removed from seed
  • 1 bunch mint, stems removed, plus more for garnish, if desired
  • Juice of 2 limes
  • 3 ½ ounces blanco mezcal or tequila, preferably Ilegal Mezcal
  • Ice

Directions

In a blender, combine all ingredients together and blend until thoroughly combined.


Mango Lime Cooler Recipe

Mango lime cooler is a chilled drink made with mangoes, mint and lemon juice. Summer is a season for mangoes, and I love mangoes and love to try different recipes made with mangoes. Today I am sharing a mango lime cooler recipe that is easy and instantly you can make. This recipe doesn't require more ingredients you just need, mango, lemon, mint leaves, salt, and ice cubes. Blend them well, and your tangy mango lime cooler is ready to serve.

Ingredients of Mango Lime Cooler Recipe

  • Ripe mangoes - 2
  • Lemon juice - 1 Cup
  • Castor sugar - 3 Tablespoons
  • Black pepper - ½ Teaspoon
  • Black salt - ½ Teaspoon
  • Salt - ½ Teaspoon
  • Fresh mint leaves - 1 Cup
  • Cumin powder - ½ Teaspoon
  • Water - 500 ml
  • Ice cubes - 6

How to Make Mango Lime Cooler

Step 1: Peel the mangoes and cut into small pieces.

Step 2: Now, add the mango pieces into a blender and add lemon juice, castor sugar, black pepper, black salt, salt, and mint leaves and 500 ml water and blend them until smooth.

Step 3: Pour the mango lime cooler in a class and add ice cubes to it and serve chilled.


  1. Make the syrup: Add the sugar and 1 cup of water to a saucepan, Bring to a simmer over medium heat, stirring often, just until the sugar dissolves. Remove the pan from the heat and let the syrup cool fully.
  2. Blend: Add the mango and 3 cups of water to a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a pitcher through a fine strainer or sieve.
  3. Finish: Add the remaining 3 cups of water, lemon juice, and prepared syrup to the pitcher and stir. You can add ice to the pitcher or pour the mango lemonade over cups of ice to avoid having it dilute.

If you’re short on mangoes or thinking of adding some different fruits to complement the mango and lemon, I have some great ideas. Blend these fruits with the mango:

  • Strawberries or raspberries
  • Pineapple
  • Peaches
  • Pomegranate
  • Watermelon
  • Kiwi

Want to add some antioxidants? Blend the fruits up with green tea instead of water! You can also use lime juice instead of lemon juice to make an out-of-this-world mango limeade.


Aam Aur Pudina Panna | green mango mint cooler

Aam Aur Pudina Panna which combines summery flavors of green mango and mint, it is traditional Indian beverage, a refreshing drink with the taste sweet and sour.

Hey guys! whatsup? how summer is treating all of you?? Are you going for any summer vacations?

This summer i was absolutely stayed in my website works, have been working so much.The best summer advice would be constantly getting notification from everybody is keeping hydratedddd.. Drink more waterrrr… carry a bottle of water with you.. blaaa…. blaaa… blaaa… blaaaa.

Amid summer, the days are extremely frenzied when you enter the home whatever you do is switch on the Ac unwinding for some time, regardless of how frequently you discuss about the hotness of the day. You talk in the morning… continue proceeding with story toward the evening… furthermore, it goes on!!

Sometimes you require a refreshing beverage to chill off your mind-set here comes the easy recipe Aam Aur pudhina panna/mango-mint cooler. Make mash early, set in the cooler when you require blend it in glass loaded with icy water! That’s so speedy right! so make this soon and swallow it up.. pheww.. open your eyes.. Let me know what you see!!

If you love this recipe Leave a comment, or tag a picture #nithisclickncook on instagram or post a picture on Facebook, I would love to see how it turned out!


Recipes

I am stubbornly refusing to believe that summer is almost over. With the pools closing, school starting back up and the early mornings getting darker and cooler, I am finding myself holding on with a tight grip to the warm afternoon sun, my worn out flip flops and my iced coffees.

I just can’t let go. Summer is too amazing to give up on so easily.

So for the last little stretch of summer, my girls and I can be found on my front porch soaking up the last rays of warmth and drinking these sweet Mango Mint Slushies.

There’s room for everyone on my front porch, so come on over and join us!

All we have to do to make our summer Mango Mint Slushies is blend up a jar of just mango purée, add in a few fresh mint leaves and a squeeze of lime for a healthy and tasty slushy. Since there is no added sugar, this slushy is perfect for both baby and toddler!!

First, let’s talk about my love for mint.

Cool, refreshing mint is a great herb to add into baby’s spice repertoire.

Mint helps alleviate tummy troubles, such as indigestion, nausea and stomach cramping. You may find that your baby’s (and even toddler’s) delicate digestive organs are very sensitive when being first introduced to new foods, and mint is a great way to naturally calm them and help baby digest foods properly.

Mint also helps clear up congestion of the nose, throat and lungs, helps to prevent cancer and promotes higher memory retention and alertness. So adding mint to baby’s food is highly encouraged, just not right before bedtime:).

It may be hard to believe but this refreshing and nutritious slushy is great for any age – babies (typically around 9 months of age), toddlers and even adults love this cold beverage!

If your baby is drinking from a sippy cup or through a straw, then this slushy is for them.

The first time I made this Mango Mint Slushy, my entire family sat around my kitchen and helped me taste test this recipe – it’s always nice to have 3 food critics in the house). But the first try was spot on and we went through not one batch, but FOUR batches of this recipe within 5 minutes!

Now a staple in our house, I love serving this slushy as a quick breakfast on a hot day, an afternoon snack or even as a sweet dessert. And even though I haven’t tried it yet, I am pretty sure this recipe would make amazing popsicles.

Since this slushy is loaded with over 20 different vitamins and minerals, fiber and antioxidants and contains no added sugar, I am happy to double or triple this recipe every single day for my entire family!


  • 2 large mangoes (about 1 pound total)
  • 4 cups boiling water
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon saffron threads
  • 1 teaspoon green cardamom powder

Combine mangoes and water in a medium pot. Simmer until a spoon pressed into the mango's surface makes a dent, about 30 minutes. Remove from pot. Cool. Remove skin and seed and mash the flesh in a heavy based saucepan.

Heat pulp over medium heat while stirring, about 5 minutes. Add sugar, saffron and cardamom and stir until sugar has dissolved, another five minutes. Taste mixture and add more sugar if necessary. Remove from heat and cool in. Transfer to a sealed container and refrigerate until ready to use.

To serve, put 2 tablespoons of mixture to a glass and top with ice cold water (you can also add a pinch of toasted ground cumin, salt, or finely shredded mint leaves as a final garnish). Stir well.


How to make this Mango Cucumber Mint Smoothie

Step 1: Peel the cucumber

Remove the skin from the cucumbers. Keeping them on will not only make your smoothie take on a green hue, cucumber skin tends to have a bitter taste.

Step 2: Add all ingredients to a blender.

You won’t need to add ice to this cucumber smoothie since the mango is already frozen.

Can you freeze cucumbers for smoothies?

Just like frozen zucchini pieces, diced cucumber cubes can be frozen for smoothies. Think of them as tiny ice cubes…

This low calorie smoothie is completely sugar free – sweetened only by frozen mango. You can make a big smoothie all for yourself, sit back and be as cool as a cucumber!

It is also one of very few smoothie recipes without bananas which makes it extra light and refreshing.

So whip out your Vitamix and don’t forget the cucumber this summer. It’s high in vitamin C + other anti-oxidants and, at 95% water, it’s super hydrating! This cucumber agua fresca recipe is also a great summer cooler!


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Lemon mint drink video recipe

chopped ginger and a pinch of green chilli.

sugar to taste and optionally add cardamom.

add cold water and blend it.

Blend for a minute until the leaves are well blended. You can also grind the leaves first and then add water.

Strain it through a strainer.

Put some crushed ice and pour the strained juice into it. place a lemon slice on the glass and serve fresh.


Green Mango Mint Cooler: aka ‘Aam Panna’

During the summer months when the mango, ripe or otherwise, is king Indians transform the fruit numerous ways. One of the most refreshing results is a cooling aam panna, literally mango water, a lightly spiced celadon green concoction. Some homemade recipes add spices such as roasted cumin or black salt. I have decided to omit the spices as I didn’t expect my kids to like them and simply added some fresh mint. For a late afternoon adult version a shot of dark rum brings a welcomed zing.

The hard unripe mangoes need to be cooked, either boiled or roasted. Roasting is preferred as the flavour is more intense and they become a bit sweeter, evidenced by the slight caramel residue left on the baking sheet by the natural juices.

You may feel that cooking 1kg of green mango may be too much but it is worthwhile as it will save time when you want to make a quick drink. Once the fruit is cooked, puree the flesh on its own and put half of it in a container in the freezer for future use. Then simply follow the half recipe at the end.



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